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Speed kills and the NDP is speeding towards a cliff that will send the B.C. economy right over the edge.
Liberal finance minister Mike de Jong unveils a billboard on Highway 91 that tracks the NDPs’ campaign spending promises. Do you call B.S.? Tell us why in the comments below.
We know, you know, that the time you need the best quality of food is when you’re sick.
NDP leader Adrian Dix explains in the Okanagan why an NDP government would mandate a five-per-cent increase in the amount of local food in hospitals. Do you call B.S.? Tell us why in the comments below.
He has been active for the last two years and when he took on his non-partisan role just very recently, he stepped back from that.
Liberal leader Christy Clark clarifies a statement she made Wednesday, when she said former Conservative cabinet minister Chuck Strahl was “very actively helping us in this campaign.” Strahl was appointed last June as head of the federal Security Intelligence Review Committee, which is supposed to be non-partisan. Do you call B.S.? Tell us why in the comments below.
We’re going to set that up as a fund and make sure the money is well spent.
NDP leader Adrian Dix plans to steer $300 million worth of existing education and training money into an “Early Years Innovation Fund,” but provides few details about what its purpose would be. Do you call B.S.? Tell us why in the comments below.
I think there are two things we can do to BC Ferries. We can hold off with no plan for 20 months and raise taxes so that we can fund it. That’s the NDP plan. My plan is to pay down BC Ferries debt. That is the most urgent thing we need to do.
Liberal leader Christy Clark comments on the NDP’s pledge to freeze ferry rates for two years while conducting an audit of BC Ferries. Do you call B.S.? Tell us why in the comments below.
The thing about liquified natural gas, is it’s the cleanest fossil fuel on the planet. When we start exporting that to Asia, we are going to displace dirty fuels that they are using in those countries.
Liberal leader Christy Clark, in response to a Chilliwack Progress question about how B.C. can protect its environment while developing liquified natural gas resources. Do you call B.S.? Tell us why in the comments below.
They left out the parts where I said that I wanted all people to be one person, to live together, to work together, to be treated fairly with respect and with dignity.
Dayleen Van Ryswyk, now an independent candidate in Kelowna-Mission after resigning from the NDP, tells Global Okanagan her controversial remarks about First Nations and French-Canadians in an online forum were taken out of context. Do you call B.S.? Tell us why in the comments below.
We see the NDP as our biggest challenger in the constituency. The Liberals have marginalized themselves.
BC Conservative candidate Scott Anderson tells the Vernon Morning Star it’s mostly a two-horse race in Vernon-Monashee. Do you call B.S.? Tell us why in the comments below.
The fact that Mr. Dix didn’t fire his Kelowna-Mission candidate when it was confirmed that she made unacceptable and hateful comments towards First Nations and French-speaking Canadians shows that he isn’t a leader.
Langley Liberal candidate Mary Polak tells The Province it wasn’t enough for NDP leader Adrian Dix to ask candidate Dayleen van Ryswyk for her resignation. Do you call B.S.? Tell us why in the comments below.
He’s not looking at politics as a game. He’s looking at the opportunity to make a difference and I’ve seen that drive and I’ve seen that passion in him and that’s what really keeps me going and that’s what keeps me in this caucus.
NDP candidate Carole James tells Canadian Press what she likes about leader Adrian Dix. Do you call B.S.? Tell us why in the comments below.